Trying to decide where or what to eat can sometimes be the most difficult decision of the day. But in a 24-hour town like Las Vegas, your dining options are endless. Whether you’re looking for somewhere to go with the family, or you need somewhere to re-group after a long night of partying, here are some of the best places for breakfast around Las Vegas:
Crepe Expectations is a fun place to go for your early morning meal. The purple and black décor give it an upscale look the moment you walk in, and once you see the Guy Fieri seal of approval above the kitchen you know you’re in for a treat. They have all kinds of crepes, from sweet to savory to special breakfast crepes. You can pair your crepe with coffee or a hot tea, or a mimosa if you’re feeling adventurous. Not only that, it’s dog-friendly (if you dine on the patio).
If you like pancakes, you have to try BabyStacks. They make the typical pancakes everyone knows and loves, like buttermilk pancakes and blueberry pancakes, but BabyStacks Café prides itself on its innovative menu, like their lemon ricotta, German chocolate, or Red Velvet pancakes. There are other items on the menu, like crepes, French toast or omelets, but pancakes is where BabyStacks reign supreme. If you go, check out the wall for their specials; they create specialty items during the holidays and playoff seasons.
If you’re on the Strip and in search of breakfast, try The Henry inside the Cosmopolitan. While the place is open 24 hours, their breakfast menu is where this eatery really shines. If you’re in the mood for something light, try the smoked salmon & avocado toast, or the Greek yogurt parfait. For something heartier, try the Henry’s Big Brioche French toast. Most of the dishes run between 10 to 20 dollars, so as far as Strip prices go, you can’t go wrong.
Hash House A GO GO
Hash House A Go Go is a personal favorite. There are multiple locations throughout the city, including inside the M Resort & Hotel and the LINQ. Breakfast food is their specialty, whether its one of their signature Hash dishes, their chicken waffles, or their red velvet flapjacks. Hash House is known for serving big portions, so keep that in mind before you order; some of their entrees are big enough to split between two people.
Healthy eaters will want to try Protein House. Located off of Eastern and the 215, it’s a place you can go for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. They offer vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options for those with dietary restrictions, so there’s something on the menu that everyone can enjoy. Popular breakfast dishes include in the Loaded Pancakes, the Loaded Oatmeal, or the Muscle Boy.